Audrey A. Thomas has been published several times in various legal periodicals and she was featured on the front cover of the New York State Criminal Justice Journal in 1999.
She has written several winning legal briefs and has been a contributing columnist for the New York State Criminal Justice Journal case review section. Mrs. Thomas graduated from St. John’s University School of Law in 2000 where she earned a Juris Doctor Degree; Brooklyn College in 1997 where she earned a Masters Degree in Public Administration; St. Francis College in 1995 where she earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science and an Associate Degree in Criminal Justice; Blake Business School in 1989 where she earned a Degree in Business and George W. Wingate High School in 1987 after acquiring the General Equivalency Diploma (G.E.D).
Audrey acquired several certificates from New York City Technical College for successfully completing several self-betterment courses. She has also attended IS 391 Brooklyn, NY; PS 189 in Brooklyn, NY, Rennock Lodge primary school Kingston, Jamaica WI, and Holy Rosary primary school, Kingston Jamaica WI.
US attorney Audrey Thomas has spoken out against Attorney General Marlene Malahoo Forte’s for her comment on the hoisting of the gay flag at the US Embassy in Kingston.
Thomas also stated that Forte’s comment shows that the Government of Jamaica will not protect members of the gay community from harm.